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Back pain that moves around my back

I have persistent back pain for years now. Doctors have never found anything wrong with it. Recently I have back pain in one area then a few hours later its in a different spot in my back.Its really killing me. The pain is so severe that i just have to lay down all day.What can this be?
Asked On : Tue, 22 Feb 2011
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Hi g2ghottoie,
There is possibility that u might have psychosomatic disorder,Where ur day to day life exaution creates some kind of tension in mind...changes ur brain chemisttry and pain u constantly have moving kind of pain which cannot be explained by any physical illness or on investigation.And doesnt respond to common pain killer and no relief even on rest which happen in physical disorder.
So if u have been thoroughly investigated and Dr. found nothing abnormal still suffering alot and disturbing ur routine then pls. consult a Psychiatrist he will guide u and if possible will help to get rid of this problem.
Answered: Tue, 22 Feb 2011
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